In Connecticut, we are incredibly fortunate to have ready access to clean water. But who tests that water to ensure it is safe to drink and contaminate-free?
If you live in a community that provides municipal services, the already-tested water is piped to your home, and you really don’t have to do much. You may choose to add minor filtration to suit your taste preference, but that’s about it. And you can obtain water testing results from your local water company.
When you live in a home served by a private well, one may assume the water is good. But how do you know? I suspect that very question is the reasoning behind a new piece of Connecticut Legislation